Find Jobs in Pittsburgh

Part of the positive hangover from last year's Pittsburgh250 celebration is an Allegheny Conference-sponsored "find a job in Pittsburgh" website:

Search for job listings if you're looking for a job; post job listings if you have jobs to offer.

There are internships there as well as paid positions.

Feedback? Is this a useful, helpful resource?


3 Responses to "Find Jobs in Pittsburgh"

Jim Russell said... 5/27/2009 5:03 PM

It's useful for promoting the region, but it won't really help interested parties move to Pittsburgh.

How does someone residing outside of the region successfully land a job in Pittsburgh? The website does nothing to solve that mystery and is useless for people already serious about relocating to the Burgh.

kentropic said... 5/28/2009 10:59 AM

Useful for small to mid-sized employers, too: $20 for a 30-day posting that's aggregated onto is a bargain.

Anonymous said... 5/28/2009 5:57 PM

for a seeker it's not useful at all. it seems to be a simple repackaging of

on a metaphorical level, it can be useful. there's a lesson. marketing trumps substance in pittsburgh.

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